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    Epic Games is taking on Valve.
    On consoles, there are only three major platforms which distribute digital games. You don't have to pick and choose which service you want to buy a particular experience on, aside from the console which offers the best visuals and performance perhaps. The same can't be said for PC. There, we have Steam, GOG.com, and the Windows Store. Apart from that, certain publishers like Activision, EA, and Ubisoft prefer to release their games on their own platforms like Uplay. Despite the fact that a lot of competition exists, Steam dominates the market share. Well, we have another challenger entering the market.

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    12-04-2018 11:00 AM

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